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I have an ASP application which accepts user name ( first name and last name and stores it into an xml file.

The application is working fine when I input data in english.

If I paste some Chineese character in the name and try to create the xml, I am not able to save the name properly.

Can anyone help me on this

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Is your file saved in Unicode format? If I'm not mistaken, you'll need the 16 bits of Unicode to save your Chinese characters.

If that doesn't work, post the xml processing directive at the head of your document.
It looks like <?xml ?>

I think, by default, xml docs created in ASPs are saved in ASCII, which might be the source of your errors.

Hope this helps,
Mike


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